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Is an IoT connected world a distant future or close reality?

In our recent IoT barometer 74% of adopters agreed that within five years companies that aren't using IoT will have fallen behind. Stefano Gastaut explores the reality of IoT today and what we can expect tomorrow.

How technology can tackle the medical adherence issue and save thousands of lives

In Europe, there are nearly 200,000 deaths a year due to a lack of medical adherence. Jon Lee-Davey explains how connected devices can be used to reduce this number.

Why data should play a pivotal part in your marketing strategy

With so much data available today, this should be the golden age for digital marketers. But where do you start? Marketing Director, Iris Meijer, explains how to use data to drive strategy and keep ahead of the competition.

Digital transformation is impossible without IoT – here’s why

Is IoT playing a role in your digital transformation projects? Stefano Gastaut explores the value that its data can bring to organisations.

Vodafone and Mencap: improving independence in care with Connected Living

Vodafone and Mencap teamed up with one goal, to use tech to improve the care experience for those with learning disabilities. Find out how IoT helped here

Without scalability and automation, big data and AI are just buzzwords

We hear a lot about BigData and AI, but how do you go from one off demonstration to long term change? David González shares his perspective.

Why networks are critical for building trust in digital business

What role is SDN playing in digital transformation today? We asked nearly 2000 businesses across Europe and beyond to find out: here’s what we found.

Unbound London 2019: meet the most connected start-ups in tech today

Didn’t make it to Unbound London 2019? No problem - Erik Brenneis shares his highlights with some of the most connected start-ups in technology today.

How new technology and customer expectations have digitised bricks and mortar

The best retailers always manage to stay one step ahead of customer expectations. Peter Terry-Brown explores how technology is keeping them ahead of the curve.